“You know every time I go in I feel welcomed and heard. I come in with a problem and Jeana always solves it. I leave feeling great. I’m needing less and less adjustment because she adjusts what I need and the adjustments are holding longer and longer.
I really appreciate her and I really recommend coming here for your chiropractic needs.”
– [Heath C., San Jose, CA.]
“I love how flexible (Pun intended) they are, and what a happy atmosphere is created. I always feel better coming out, and the goal is always your health rather than pulling money in through the door.”
– [Siobhan E., San Jose, CA.]
“I cannot tell you how much love and respect I have for this place. I mostly see Dr. Rafael, who really takes the time to understand your needs to know what kind of care to give you. This practice has such a beautiful and wholesome spirit. I’ve had two care plans with them and I could not be happier. You have my loyalty for as long as I’m in the Bay!”
– [Winnie L., Portland, OR]
“I’ve been to a lot of chiropractors to treat chronic neck and back tension. Treatments varied between doctors and I would feel better for a time, then have to come back again. Eventually I got tired of never-ending visits to the chiropractor.
I met Angela and Raphael through an entrepreneur’s marketplace hosted by Santa Clara U’s Women in Business organization, where I got a free spinal cord scan using a machine that looked sort of like a taser. Their scanning method for measuring the amount of stress on the spinal cord provided the measurable progress that my process-oriented (Six Sigma Black Belt) brain wanted when I’m shelling out hundreds of dollars between doctor visits, yoga and pain meds. Their theory that the upper cervical vertebrae of your spine can cause problems in the rest of your body as things go out of whack to keep your head on straight made sense to me.
The adjustment prescribed for my particular spinal alignment issue was similar to a karate chop to the neck. I felt sore for about half a day but gradually felt better over the next couple days. After my second visit, where I didn’t get adjusted at all – just scanned – the scanner showed that the amount of stress on my spinal cord near my head had reduced. In the next couple of weeks with visits twice a week, I noticed a difference in the rest of my spine. Where I had stubborn tense knots before treatment, a light stretch and a deep breath made these go away.
So far so good… After 6 office visits over 2.5 weeks, I am down to one visit a week and the doctors will try to improve my condition to where I may only need infrequent”maintenance”visits.”
– [Vy N., Mountain View, CA.]